Coast Mountain Bus Company route N19 'Surrey Central Station / New Westminster / Downtown Nightbus'
|Termini||Surrey Central Station|
Howe Street at Dunsmuir Street
New Westminster Station*
|Operations||Surrey Transit Centre|
Burnaby Transit Centre**
Hamilton Transit Centre!
|Vehicles||NFI D40LFR #|
NFI DE60LFR **
NFI XD40 !
NFI XN40 %
Nova Bus LFS ***
Nova Bus LFS HEV !
|Branches||N19 Surrey Central Station NightBus|
N19 Downtown NightBus
N19 New West Station NightBus*
|Daytime Routes|| Expo Line|
19 Metrotown Station/Stanley Park
106 New Westminster Station/Edmonds Station
119 Metrotown Station/Edmonds Station
* Select trips
N19 Surrey Central Station/Downtown NightBus is a bus route operated by Coast Mountain Bus Company in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
This is an east-west NightBus route connecting Surrey Central Station and Downtown Vancouver via New Westminster Station. Service runs daily every 20–30 minutes during the late-night and early morning hours in lieu of regular Expo Line service and bus routes along the Kingsway corridor such as the 19, 106, and 119. There are additional eastbound trips on weekends/holidays in the early-morning hours in place of early morning SkyTrain service. Some trips run only between Downtown Vancouver and New Westminster Station. There are more eastbound trips than westbound trips on all days.
Eastbound trips depart Howe Street & Dunsmuir Street heading south on Howe, east on W. Georgia Steet, north on Seymour Street, east on W. Pender Street, south on Main Street, east on Kingsway, east on Edmonds Street, south on 6th Street, west on Columbia Street and north on McNeely Street to New Westminster Station. Continuing from New Westminster Station, trips head north on McNeely Street, east on Carnarvon Street, south on 8th Street, east on Columbia Street, north on 6th Street, east on Royal Avenue, and south on McBride Boulevard and across the Pattullo Bridge onto King George Boulevard, then taking the Scott Road exit and using the bus access road to Scott Road Station. Continuing from Scott Road Station, trips use the bus access road back onto King George Boulevard heading south, west on 104th Avenue, and south on City Parkway to Surrey Central Station.
Westbound trips depart from Surrey Central Station heading north on University Drive, east on 104th Avenue, north on King George Boulevard, south on Scott Road and the bus access road to Scott Road Station. Continuing from Scott Road Station, trips use the bus access road to head west on King George Boulevard and across the Pattullo Bridge onto McBride Boulevard, then west on Columbia Street, and north on McNeely Street to New Westminster Station. Continuing from New Westminster Station, trips head north on McNeely, east on Carnarvon Street, south on 8th Street, east on Columbia Street, north on 6th Street, west on Edmonds Street, west on Kingsway, north on Main Street, west on E. Pender Street, and south on Howe Street to Howe & Dunsmuir Street.
Points of Interest
- Granville Station (Bay 3)
- Vancouver City Centre Station (Bay 3)
- Main Street–Science World Station (Bay 1 – Surrey Central Station) (Bay 2 – Downtown)
- Pacific Central Station
- Mount St. Joseph Hospital
- Central Park
- Metropolis at Metrotown
- Royal City Centre
- Westminster Mall
- New Westminster Station (Bay 4)
- St. Mary's Hospital
- Columbia Station (Bay 1 – Downtown)
- Scott Road Station (Bay 8)
- Surrey Central Station (Bay 4)
- Simon Fraser University – Surrey Campus
- Central City Shopping Centre
- Pre-2001 - Service operated as an Owl Service component of the 19 Metrotown Station/Downtown and portions of the Owl 106 New Westminster Station/Metrotown Station and 112 Edmonds Station/New Westminster Station
- October 2001 - All Owl routes cancelled due to funding shortfall
- July 2003 - Service re-introduced as N19 Downtown/Scott Road Station, running every 30 minutes on Friday and weekend/holiday nights
- September 2004 - Service revised to run Monday–Saturday and service is extended to Surrey Central Station
- December 2004 - Sunday service introduced
- April 2006 - Service revised to terminate at new bays on Howe Street between Georgia and Hastings due to construction of the Canada Line instead of at Granville & Pender. Service on Granville Street discontinued and routing revised to go via Howe, Georgia, and Seymour. Introduction of additional eastbound trips running as N19 Metrotown terminating at Kingsway & Willingdon Avenue running Monday–Saturday late-nights
- September 2006 - Introduction of one late-night eastbound trip starting from New Westminster Station operating on Sundays/holidays only
- September 2007 - Introduction of one late-night eastbound trip starting from New Westminster Station operating on Mondays–Saturdays only
- December 2008 - Second Metrotown short-turn trip extended to New Westminster Station, operating on Mondays–Saturdays only
- February 1–28, 2010 - Vancouver 2010 Olympic service: Introduction of additional trips to provide 24-hour service along the Expo Line corridor
- December 2010 - Revised to operate along 8th Street between Carnarvon Street and Columbia Street due to ongoing work at New Westminster Station
- September 2015 - Service upgrades result in improved alignments with first Expo Line train departures
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- The Buzzer July 11, 2003 Issue translink.ca, retrieved 23-04-2020
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